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Three Tips for Raising ‘Good’ Kids

By Kate Garzón Sometimes parents come to me because they want guidance for specific issues…temper tantrums; sibling rivalry; sleep; school success and motivation; they feel themselves drifting apart from (or fighting with!) their tweens and teens; or they would like to be better at parenting on the same page as…

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How Can I Celebrate My Child’s Birthday after Divorce?

Among all the changes that come when a couple goes through a divorce, parents often say sharing their child’s birthday is one of the biggest adjustments they must make. If you are newly divorced, you may be wondering how to celebrate your child’s next birthday as coparents. Even if you…

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What Should I Know about a Midlife Divorce?

Midlife divorce, or so-called gray divorce, rates are on the rise. In fact, the divorce rate among people over 50 has doubled over the past two decades. For many people, midlife is a catalyst for making major life changes. It is a time when many people take stock of their…

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Can Racial Profiling Affect My Criminal Case?

Racial profiling is both illegal and infective. It builds mistrust among the communities that law enforcement are sworn to protect and leads to disproportionate arrests and detentions among people of certain ethnicities, national origins, and religions. People have even been wrongly convicted of crimes on the basis of racial profiling.…

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How Do High Asset Divorces Differ from Low Asset Divorces?

Divorce is never a simple process. Between the emotional toll of a split, and the legal and financial details that need to be worked out, it has an undeniable impact on anyone going through it. For couples with a higher net worth and more substantial financial assets at stake, ending…

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How Can I Fight a DUI Charge?

If you are charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) in New Jersey, you are facing severe penalties. Also, you are probably feeling anxious or overwhelmed. However, it is possible in some cases to overcome the state’s evidence.  Law enforcement officers make mistakes. If any part of your…

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